Bangkok Trend Alert: Wearing a maxi button-down shirt

Wearing a button-down maxi shirt (especially a white one) and not seeming a nurse is not easy but the Bangkokian girls manage it quite efortlessly by jazzing it up with cool accessories. Whether they wear them as a dress or as a trench coat they always hit the right note of distinctive style.

Being this a mass trend in Bangkok I was Β one step away of purchasing one for myself as well ( like the one in the third photo ) but I’m still not ready for such a revolution in my wardrobe. Nevertheless I really enjoy seeing this kind of looks around the city.

Do you like how the locals (I just remembered that there are also two boys in the photos:)) have styled the maxi shirts?

  • Cute looking trend! Although I think it should be belted. πŸ™‚

    • It would def be more feminine

  • Great photos. Love seeing the fashion from the other side of the globe. Shirt fashion was big here in NYC this summer as well. Jealous of your warm weather!

    • Thank you for passing by Julia! This is my first time spending the winter in a hot place and you can not imagine how much I love it πŸ™‚

  • Great post!! Love fashion πŸ˜‰
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  • I loveeee button- down shirts- turn it into a maxi and Im sold!
    I have done this look before- easy, chic and comfy

  • I’m so happy these are in fashion because I have maxi shirts in white and other colours. Some of them are ankle length. They’re great for fine art conventions when I need a normcore look. I’ve got some awesome maxi tshirt dresses that match the shirts too, and they’re for “whatever I don’t care” coffee shop outings. Paired with gladiator sandals and oversized glasses, of course. Loved this post. Very relieved. Thank you.

    • You have to post some of those looks πŸ™‚ here there is the t–shirt dress trend as well, I will write about it soon and you will be even double relieved πŸ˜€

      • Goodness!!!! I’ll try one soon. I have one in my phone, but I thought people would think it looked too boring. I layered over and under like, five times, last autumn. xoxoxoxoxo

  • I love this!! I had one once from Forever 21 and I was trying to dry it quickly so i could wear it out and the blow dryer melted it!! Hahaha, I guess it was made out of some pretty sketchy material.

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    • Omg this sounds like fun ? I have destroyed many garments but melting sth with the blow dryer is still in the to do list. I usually mess up with the washing machine or the iron ?

      • Hahaha it was definitely a surprise. I wish it had happened with a shirt I liked less, but a good story anyways πŸ˜€

  • Lovely post. Pls do a fashun trend one for the guys if you spot any πŸ™‚

    • Thank you πŸ˜€ I will post about the bangkokian guys by the end of the month πŸ˜€

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  • Merly at MDSH Co.

    Very cute. Would looks great with a belt to give it some grounding.

  • Your blog is awesome…..

  • Love to see how fashion is seen/interpreted around the world ! Great post !

    • Thank you, lovely! ?

  • Thai people’s fashion is very interesting, that’s a nice collection of shots!

  • Lovely Blog and great posts. x

    • Thank you, glad you like it ?